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Nov 16, 2013 6:30am PST
didn't see it tanking in the market because people are used to it and thinking by the very end andless minute, something will happen to right the ship. >> is this as bad as it seems from the inside or is this loud political sharp elbows? >> i think there are sharper elbows than there used to be. the political debate has always been us. i think one of the problems here has been that with the rise of the tea party, and let's remember, it used to be democrats who had trouble with their liberal wing. out of that is the democratic leadership council. that brought you president bill clinton. there is an evolution of how these things work. i think she is right. at this point the understanding of congress is it is like homework. they work to the deadline every single time. maybe over the deadline, but they get it done. >> one thing to that point. candy is right. it is ever us, the political confrontation is usual. the way the tea party wing of the republican party is viewed abroad is in terms such as the taliban wing of the republican party. that is what the economists are calling it. it is no
Nov 17, 2013 12:00pm PST
pride is with us. she is the head of media relations for the airport. karen, what flight activity is or is not happening at those two airports. at of right now actually there are flights going in and out of both airports. we are going to get flight operations back on track. >> what are you telling people, folks who plan to travel through chicago or midway, folks who are getting on the trains and people getting in the airport. what we tell people every day of the year is to check your airlines through the website that is the best way to get flight status and if you are driving and get there at least two hours in advance it is volatile right now and i'm sure traffic on the kennedy expressway is kind of tied up right now. give yourself time to get to the airport. big weather system. thank you so much. chicago not out of the woods as of yet. she is head of media relations thank you so much. we talked about soldier field that was evacuated in the middle of that bears ravens game. we understand folks were allowed back in after the threat of tornado activity. jim arnold has been at the g
Nov 30, 2013 6:30am PST
occupations. ken rogath is with us. maggie lake is here with us. ken, which glasses are you wearing when it comes to the u.s. economy? >> i think i have one eye broken lens and one eye rosy. you summarized it well, christine. i think for the next few years, we are still healing a lot of long-term unemployed and divisiveness politically. on the other hand, we have phenomenal strength over the long run in the entrepreneurship. the rest of the world still looks at us with envy. >> that is true. maggie, the rest of the world looks at returns in the stock market with envy. they are also worries. without the fed proposing things up, the bubble could burst. >> i have experts tell me no it is not. it is timing. we are digging out from a big hole. all of the evaluations high. social media and some of those stocks looking rich. when it comes to everything else, corporate balance sheets are good, the economy is growing. it looks like the best game in town. the fed is behind it, but a lot of people think 2014 may be the year when the economy picks up. >> ken last week told us it is a bubble, but it
Nov 9, 2013 11:00am PST
? >> just because you use twitter doesn't mean it's a great investment. how does twitter make money? most people don't know. they make it by advertising. most people don't understand that, they're actually losing money. >> rachel, you're a huge twitter user. it's helped you a lot professionally. >> and personally. >> a lot of fun on it. i'm wondering what your take is in terms of what it has done for you in your business and where the advertising needs to go. >> i've been on it since 2008. when i was on twitter i was working at the "huffington post" covering the presidential election in 2008. the first early adopters in media were on twitter. that's how i started to consume my news. i remember noticing it in the conventions in 2008, i wasn't looking at the news sites, just looking on twitter. it's become just this first line of news consumption for most people. but it's so much more than that for me personally. as an activist it helps me get my message out. as someone who likes to engage across a broad variety of industries, i can easily do so and find the common denominator. i do a lot o
Nov 23, 2013 11:00am PST
the newtown massacre. the very type of firearm involve ared in the shooting. i ask the u.s. walmart's ceo if he has second thoughts about el issing these types of firearms in the same stores that would ban a cd for controversial lyrics? >> we are very responsible in our sales are firearms. something we're focused on. the debate in the country, whether it's legal or illegal is something we don't participate in dine to day basis. that's something congress deals with. if they're sold in the u.s., we want them sold through formal channels rather than through gun shows. >> no matter how a gun is purchased or obtained, the gun debate has changed since last december. here's what chief correspondent christiane amanpour told me a year ago. >> this was a red line by anybody's account. these were babies. this was a biblical slaughter of the innocents. >> but talk of reform, big talk of reform, was sidelined for more pressing problems in washington. i sat down with christiane correspondent candy crowley and asked why. >> it's tragic. the president made a lot of very good speeches and made a lot of ef
Nov 9, 2013 6:30am PST
committee. this used to be done. whether patty murray and paul ryan can get it together, that is what the country can focus on. >> there is no real last-minute deadline here. the december 13th date. >> there is one deadline. january 15th. if they fail, we see more sequester cuts in 2014. >> the congressional budget office. the number saying how many jobs could likely be created in the next year if we did not have sequester. what are they telling us? does it look like republicans and democrats are finding something to replace it with? >> the cbo has basically said it won't be for jobs. if we got rid of sequester for 2014, we could create up to 1 million jobs. the range is 800,000. can democrats and republicans get over themselves and pass something good for the country? yes, they can. they have to pay for it. everyone wants to replace the sequester. democrats don't love the defense sequest sequester, but they don't love the other cuts. add to both sides of the equation and replace it by raising user fees. as opposed to cutting deeply into the budget, try to raise revenue that is not ac
Nov 2, 2013 6:30am PDT
. we hear from them often and they ask us to stand up for them. they are good jobs. there's a chance for them to start and progress. the vast majority of the people who work for us full-time make well over $25,000 a year. >> the welfare kings in this country are the walmarts of the world who can only make it and only pay those low wages because the taxpayers are willing to foot the bill. >> are taxpayers in some locations actually subsidizing the part-time jobs of walmart associates? >> yeah, you know, the congresswoman has her perspective and it is -- it comes from an angle that is miss informed completely -- not completely, but in part by the groups that that are feeding her the information. >> you mean the prounion groups? >> uh-huh. our business is a very typical retail business. we pay above average for the retail industry. and you can plug into our company anywhere from 16 to 60. and then -- and then advance. we are no different than any other retailer in america. we provide opportunities for people to join the company and to grow. the level of subsidy that exists is an issue t
Nov 2, 2013 11:00am PDT
are watching shows and using apps on smartphones and tab lelettabletm just 10% two years ago. in may "consumer reports" called the tesla model "s" the best car it ever tested but wouldn't recommend it until now. the magazine claims it has enough reliability data to finally grant its blessing. the best-selling car in america, the camry, lost its recommendation after the car's performance in a recent crash test. morgan stanley says there's a global wine shortage. demand is rising worldwide at the very same time bad weather hurts production. all right. coming up, feeding three children about to get harder for this grandmother. she's one of 47 million americans whose food stamp benefits will be smaller this month. as we face the harsh reality of the new normal, are we heading off a hunger cliff? hydration is in.s out. [ female announcer ] only aveeno daily moisturizing lotion has an active naturals oat formula that creates a moisture reserve so skin can replenish itself. aveeno® naturally beautiful results. the end. lovely read susan. but isn't it time to turn the page on your cup of joe? gevalia
Nov 16, 2013 11:00am PST
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Nov 23, 2013 6:30am PST
for business? we have the former hp here with us. the most powerful woman in business six years in a row, but she ran for senate and advised john mccain in his presidential run. she knows what it takes to create jobs and what it takes to get votes. carly, do the two mix? politics and business? >> i think this trend where ceos are standing up and getting involved in politics while they are active ceos, i think that is a relatively recent trend. honestly, i'm not sure it is positive because a ceo who is running a large company has a lot of different views inside their companies. generally speaking. a ceo's personal decision to get involved is different than the company's pac. that is where employees donate funds to a political action committee voluntarily and that money is given to candidates generally speaking. companies tend to play both sides evenly. you have people like jeffery katzenberg. there are a lot of ceos involved in politicians. my view is it may be part of the increased partisanship in the political process in general. i'm not sure it is a good thing. having said that, every
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